SOCIAL LIFE FACTORS AFFECTING HOME RETURN OF CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE PATIENTS NAKAMURA・Keiko 1 , ARAKI・Shunichi 1 , NIKI・Ryu 2 , HAYASHI・Yasufumi 3 , NIIMI・Maya 3 , TOKURA・Naomi 4 1Dept. of Public Health, School of Medicine, University of Tokyo 2Fac. of Social Welfare, Japan University of Social Welfare 3Dept. of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatrics Hospital 4Dept. of Rehabilitation, Yoyogi Hospital pp.427-432
Published Date 1989/6/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1401207960
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Social life factors affecting "home return" (i. e. defined as living at home twelve months after onset) of cerebrovascular disease patients were analyzed by multivariate statistical method. Subjects were 176 cerebrovascular disease patients (52 males and 50 females from the A hospital, 30 males and 44 females from the B hospital), who were independent in sitting up but not ambulant outside the home at the time of discharge. Both of the hospitals were located in Tokyo and had rehabilitation care wards.

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